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Synonyms for vindicate

Synonyms for vindicate

to free from a charge or imputation of guilt

to support against arguments, attack, or criticism

to show to be just, right, or valid

to defend, maintain, or insist on the recognition of (one's rights, for example)


to exact revenge for or from

Synonyms for vindicate

show to be right by providing justification or proof

maintain, uphold, or defend

Related Words

clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporting proof

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NYSE: CTO) and the current members of the company's board of directors in the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit in and for Volusia County, Florida, in order to vindicate its right as a shareholder of the company to present a proposal to shareholders for the election of four individuals to the board at the company's upcoming annual shareholder meeting, the company said.
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Nor does he even feel the need to vindicate Catholicism's claim to universality.
The reforms should (1) facilitate the disclosure of useful financial information and the auditing of such disclosures, (2) increase incentives for those who are truly defrauded to obtain the compensation they deserve, (3) increase incentives for innocent victims to go to trial to vindicate themselves and (4) deter manipulation of the judicial system by overreaching attorneys pursuing meritless cases.
Alan Ockene, president of General, said "General Tire has every right to manufacture and sell the Hydro 2000 and we intend to vindicate that right in court.
But Hammers co-owner David Sullivan said they acted on medical advice, adding: "Any FIFA hearing will vindicate us.
Schulman also said that he and the other counsel in the case, "were confident that any procedural obstacles to maintenance of the suit in the court below could be overcome" and that they were "enthusiastic about litigating the merits of plaintiff's claims to vindicate public shareholders' rights to decide for themselves, free of coercion, whether or not to accept a premium offer for their shares.
The evidence, reported this week in Baltimore at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union, appears to vindicate, at least in part, the ideas of Louis A.
90-38, details TEI's reasons for believing it represents a questionable interpretation of the tax law and bad tax policy, and explains why the adoption of the Institute's recommendations will vindicate the legitimate interests of both taxpayers and the government.
These figures vindicate the decisions we took in the teeth of Tory criticism.